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Interviews: September 2011 Archives

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Prince George councillor wants more municipal transparency

Do you have a right to know what goes on in city hall? Is there some information that the pubic shouldn't know? Freedom of information may be not make headlines, but it has big implications on our governments and what you are- or aren't- allowed to know about them.
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One last cruise ship sails away

Prince Rupert's time is up as a cruise ship destination -- temporarily, at least.
The City of Rainbows has lost its last weekly cruise ship visitor. Daybreak's Carolina de Ryk asks Prince Rupert Port Authority sales and marketing vice president Shaun Stevenson what's next for the city's cruise dock.

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Carver Jason Watts works in a carving studio overlooking the Northland Terminal Dock in Prince Rupert.(photo George Baker/CBC)


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Northern Medical Program responds to questions

Previously on Daybreak North, we heard questions over whether the Northern Medical Program was succeeding in bringing doctors to northern British Columbia. To respond, we spoke with Dr. David Snadden, Vice Provost of Medicine at UNBC and the Regional Associate Dean for Northern British Columbia with UBC.

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You can see more on this story, including video clips and a response from the provincial government, at CBC.ca.